2XU Men's PWX Elite Tight Compression Baselayer
High power denier to support hamstrings, quads, abductors, gluts + calves
Reduced muscle fatigue + damage Graduated fit promotes increased circulation for faster recover Flatlock seam construction UPF50+ Sun Protection Antibacterial Moisture wicking Using PWX Flex to deliver optimal flexibility + movement
The 2XU PWX ELITE Compression Running Tights features powerful compression technology to improve performance and recuperation, helping you reach brand-new heights. Its graduated compression design helps promote circulation (venous return) for improved oxygenation of muscles and drops muscle damages + tiredness. Made with a flatlock seam construction for reduced chafing, an anti-bacterial fabric, and a UPF50+ Sun Defense, the 2XU PWX Compression Running Tights are perfect for training, contending, and recuperation. The distinction maker with these ELITE tights is not just the fabric mix of a PWX FLEX to provide ideal flexibility and movement in the front panel however also additional powerful PWX WEIGHT in the rear panel for included calf bone and hamstring muscle support.
Key Product Details
- Brand: 2XU
- Title: 2XU Men's PWX Elite Tight Compression Baselayer
- Color: Black
- Package Quantity: 1
- Model: MA1936b
The 2XU Men's PWX Elite Tight Compression Baselayer is among our choices within the baselayer clothing for men and women category. This is where you'll find a range of running baselayers. These garments are specifically created for running. They provide a tighter fit than other clothes, including basic running clothing. That's one reason they're usually so efficient at moving sweat away from your body, helped by the hi-tech, superior wicking material that is now fairly standard. These baselayers provide significant insulation, yet are commonly really thin and don't restrict your freedom to move. Finally, our baselayers, which also provide lots of support, are manufactured from premium material from the leading brand names. That commonly means material such as merino wool, which is now an increasingly typical selection.